2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC-CONCACAF play-off)


2006 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC-CONCACAF play-off)

The 2006 FIFA World Cup - Asia-CONCACAF Qualification Playoff"' was a home-and-away playoff between the following teams:
*The fifth-place team of the Asia qualifying tournament, Bahrain.
*The fourth-place team in the CONCACAF qualifying tournament, Trinidad and Tobago.

The draw for determining the order of the home and away legs was made at a FIFA congress on September 10, 2005.

Trinidad and Tobago was awarded a place in 2006 FIFA World Cup after winning the playoff 2-1 on aggregate.

The Match

First Leg

Second Leg


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